I love to read, but until recently I hadn’t been reading very much. Commitments, my own writing, and the nature of certain books I had chosen to read had slowed me down. Have you ever gotten hung up on a book that seemed to go on forever? Yeah, I’ve had a few of those. But not the stories listed here — these are good, fast reads. I read twice as many books in August, compared to previous months.
Delivering Kadlin (historical spanking romance) by Gabrielle Holly – Young woman must be delivered to the jarl to settle her uncle’s gambling debts. Only the Viking delivering her decides to keep her.
2K to 10K: How to Write Faster, Write Better, and Write More of What You Love (nonfiction, writing how-to) by Rachel Aaron – Great tips for plotters and pansers on how to write faster, plot and edit. A blog about how the book helped me.
Hexed and Vexed (paranormal) by Rebecca Royce – A young witch can’t understand why her boyfriend of 10 years would suddenly fall in love with her sister.
Lady Katherine’s Comeuppance (Regency historical spanking romance) by Celeste Jones – A young widowed dowager finds herself in the uncomfortable position of being forced to marry a boorish American earl to maintain her lifestyle.
Fearful Cravings (BDSM) by Tessa Kealey – a vanilla girl is introduced to BDSM by her hot sexy neighbor who also happens to be a client at the advertising agency where she works. A seductive read!
Claiming Their Maiden (fantasy domestic discipline) by Sue Lyndon – A fairy tale like story about a woman claimed by two brothers. Menage!
Captive’s Desire (sci-fi domestic discipline) by Natasha Knight – A fighter-pilot from a domed city is captured by the enemy.
A Taste of Candy (erotic short story) by Shoshanna Evers – She’s never had a orgasm with a man — until she wins a date with sexy rock star.
Breaking His Rules (spanking romance short story) by Sue Lyndon – When a woman’s boss learns of her spanking fantasies, he decides to make them come true.
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